RSA Security Announces Web Access Management Support for BEA WebLogic Platform 7.0

Upcoming release of RSA ClearTrust® software to provide support for latest version of BEA’s application infrastructure software

BEDFORD, Mass., June 25, 2002 — RSA Security Inc. (Nasdaq: RSAS) announced today that it is working with BEA Systems (Nasdaq: BEAS), the world’s leading application infrastructure software company, to provide support for BEA’s new WebLogic Platform 7.0â„?, the industry’s first unified application infrastructure platform, within the RSA ClearTrust® Web access management solution. The announcement furthers a long-standing collaboration between the two companies to deliver a centralized secure application infrastructure to BEA customers. RSA Security is the only security vendor with a three-star designation in the BEA Star Partner Program.

“Enterprises are using the Internet in more complex ways than just a few years ago, and are relying on the Web and corporate intranets and extranets for communicating internally and with partners and customers,” said Erik Frieberg, director of product marketing, BEA Systems, Inc. “RSA Security’s commitment to support BEA WebLogic in future versions of RSA ClearTrust software will help provide joint customers with more effective access management and enhanced user experience with single sign-on capabilities.”

BEA WebLogic Platform 7.0 is designed to be a unified, simplified and extensible software infrastructure that helps to increase productivity and lower the cost structure of enterprise IT organizations. The RSA ClearTrust Web access management solution is designed to be an easy-to-deploy, rules-based solution that centrally controls and manages user access privileges to Web-based resources based on definable user attributes, business rules and security policies. RSA ClearTrust software is engineered to integrate with BEA WebLogic to share user names and access privileges in order to provide seamless single-sign-on (SSO) to users accessing corporate portals, applications servers and other protected Web resources. BEA also uses RSA BSAFE® Crypto-J encryption software to help incorporate security options into its BEA WebLogic Serverâ„?.

“Web-based IT architectures require easy-to-administer, reliable, Web access management solutions,” said John Worrall, vice president of marketing at RSA Security. “For e-business initiatives to succeed, companies need their Web access management systems to provide standards-based interoperability to ensure vital online assets are easily managed, secure and accessible to their customers, partners and employees. Through our support of BEA WebLogic Platform 7.0, we are demonstrating our continued commitment to interoperability with one of the world’s leading e-business infrastructure providers.”

About RSA Security Inc.
RSA Security Inc., the most trusted name in e-security, helps organizations build trusted e-business processes through its RSA SecurID® two-factor authentication, RSA ClearTrust Web access management, RSA BSAFE encryption and RSA Keon® digital certificate management product families. With approximately one billion RSA BSAFE-enabled applications in use worldwide, more than 12 million RSA SecurID authentication users and almost 20 years of industry experience, RSA Security has the proven leadership and innovative technology to address the changing security needs of e-business and bring trust to the online economy. RSA Security can be reached at

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BEA, BEA Tuxedo, BEA WebLogic, BEA WebLogic Enterprise, BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform, BEA WebLogic Server, BEA WebLogic Integration, BEA WebLogic Portal, BEA WebLogic Workshop, and BEA WebLogic Platform are trademarks or registered trademarks of BEA Systems, Inc. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the company with which they are associated.

This press release contains forward-looking statements relating to the potential development and anticipated release of enhancements to RSA Security’s products and to the anticipated benefits of a strategic relationship between RSA Security and BEA. Such statements involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Among the important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated by such forward-looking statements are delays in product development, technical difficulties, software bugs and errors, competitive pressures, changes in customer requirements or industry or government standards, market acceptance of new technologies, the parties’ ability to maintain their strategic relationship, technological changes in the computer industry, general economic conditions and the risk factors detailed from time to time in RSA Security’s periodic reports and registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including without limitation RSA Security’s Annual Report on Form 10-K filed on April 1, 2002 and its Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed on May 8, 2002.

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